The aim of the following paper is to offer a reflection on the role and the characteristics that a Living Lab could assume in processes of local development and regeneration of marginal and deprived contexts of contemporary cities. The paper analyses Mapping San Siro case study: an on-going University-promoted Lab, opened in 2013 in one of the biggest Milanese public housing neighbourhoods (San Siro - Milan, Italy). After briefly introducing the Living Lab approach in urban regeneration, the authors will contextualize Mapping San Siro experience in the “Living Lab approach”, highlighting the most significant points of contact. To conclude, they will open up the reflection on relevant issues and critical points to be considered when orienting a Living Lab to the local development of a marginal context.

Adapting Living Lab approaches to marginal contexts and urban regeneration: the case of Mapping San Siro Lab

F. Cognetti;E. Maranghi
2019

Abstract

The aim of the following paper is to offer a reflection on the role and the characteristics that a Living Lab could assume in processes of local development and regeneration of marginal and deprived contexts of contemporary cities. The paper analyses Mapping San Siro case study: an on-going University-promoted Lab, opened in 2013 in one of the biggest Milanese public housing neighbourhoods (San Siro - Milan, Italy). After briefly introducing the Living Lab approach in urban regeneration, the authors will contextualize Mapping San Siro experience in the “Living Lab approach”, highlighting the most significant points of contact. To conclude, they will open up the reflection on relevant issues and critical points to be considered when orienting a Living Lab to the local development of a marginal context.
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